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TripAdvisor Reviews Davis-Bourne Inn Independence
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... normal and didn't have much daylight to climb in. However, we did manage to get in the most important route of the whole area. " The Great Arch." It was so much fun! Stone Mountain is known for having super run out sketchy slab climbing and it lives up to it's reputation. Lee was leading and he was run out like 50 ft in the first pitch. It was nuts.
I personally love slab climbing although most dread it, but that could also be because ...
... found a nice little opening. there wasn't much room but it was just enough for our four tents, three of which were just inches apart and ours, wedged between rocks only a few feet away. It was early when we all settled in, not even 7pm but our longing for dry and warm clothes was enough to make it a short day. Poor Adam had nothing dry to wear... His pants were cotton, socks were wet, and tent was leaking. We were all huddled under the tarp cooking dinner and taking part ...
... also very curvy and not recommended for any vehicle over 35ft long. As we were driving this road a sheriff stopped us and told us to pull over as 2 Semi's with trailers need all of the road to take the curves. That was the first time I had run into something like that.
Burkes Garden is a village down in this very large valley. The Amish used to own a lot of the land but have since given up the farms and moved on, but there ...
... and sports cars meet and drive the 15 mile stretch. So you motorcycle riders put Hwy 16 in Marion on your bucket list!
Our first day we took a ride over to Grayson Highlands State Park where they have wild ponies. You have to take a hike of about .8 of mile up to see them. We got lucky and got see about 10 out of the 150 or so ponies. They didn't bother us and we didn't bother them:) They are cute and to thin ...
So we where on the road again. And and we went to Shenandoah national park and drove on the skyline road thing - a road on the mountains with views of the surrounding area (at least we think so because it was cloudy) it was strange because we where above the clouds so it was blue sky for us, but cloudy below. We then had lunch and walked in the clouds - it was like fog. We walked just 2 miles to a waterfall, took a few pictures and then walked back. The following day we set ...